Invitation to our XXXXIX Gathering

Invitation to our XXXXIX Gathering

Dear Members and Friends of the Polish Business Club in Jakarta.

It has been over 6 weeks since our last Gathering, the XXXXVIII One, but I would like to thank all of you, who joined us that night at the Easter Promise for being a part of our networking event. I would like to thank also two NEW members ( Michel H. and Tomasz B. from Polish company Dressta www.dressta.com ), who joined our Club on that night.

I would like to thank also our vice-chairmen Marek for sponsoring a keg of beer.

At the same moment, I would like to invite ALL of you to our next Polish Business Club Gathering, the XXXXIX, of some very different format.

We, the Polish Business Club together with the Polish Embassy in Jakarta, have been invited by the Alpenstammtisch  International  ( ASI ), and my friend Josef Fuchs, the founder of one of the biggest in Indonesia expat run charity organizations – Indonesian Street Children Organization www.iscofoundation.org .

He has introduced lately to the regular crowd on Wednesdays, at the BLUE MARTINI Bar, at the JW Marriott Jakarta, a “Culinary trip around the world “.

 “Every Wednesday, (when Ambassador of planned country is available) we will serve enjoy the selected food in presence of country’s Ambassador, staff of the embassy and commercial team (if available).”

Greece, Peru, Austria, Norway, Serbia have been there already.

Now is time for POLAND.

So, the Polish Business Club in Jakarta, jointly with the Polish Embassy is inviting all of you to Networking Culinary Trip organized by Alpenstammtish International on the 6th of November at 19:00 till…….,  to Blue Martini Bar at JW Marriott Jl. Lingkar Mega Kuningan Kav E1.2 No1 &2

Polish Pierogi, Stuffed Cabbage (Golabki), Silesian Dumplings, Potato Pancakes and few other Polish specialties will be served.

There is NO entrance fee, 50% discount applies for all alcoholic drinks and limited quantity of the Polish Vodka will be served as well.

In an exchange, a small donation for Josef’s ISCO Foundation will be recommended.

Cheers,

Andrzej / Andy